The American manufacturer and retailer that is Timberland have doubled down once again on their aim to reduce their environmental footprint. Not only that, but this time around the eco-friendly offerings are more formal than usual.

As for what they have done, the new TrueCloud sneakers have been constructed from recycled and reused polyethylene terephthalate, the non-biodegradable material used to make plastic bottles. The textile notoriously known for sticking around forever is not only lightweight but, unsurprisingly, very durable. Additionally, it’s made with 70% sustainably sourced eucalyptus tree wood pulp and 30% recycled cotton from manufacturing waste.

When it comes to aesthetics, the TrueCloud shoes feature a kind of knitted appearance. As you can imagine, when you combine this with a predominantly black colourway, the pair offers a comfy yet formal experience. The only thing that isn’t black on the shoes are the white midsole as well as the leather “Timberland” branded tab at the top of the ankle.

Take a look at Timberland’s TrueCloud sneakers below. If you like what you see then head over to the brand’s online store to cop yourself a pair.

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